Former TV journalist and news anchor Angie Mizzell will release her debut memoir, Girl in the Spotlight, on October 3, 2023, published by Publish Her Press. A book launch party will be held two days later at 665 Johnnie Dodds Blvd, Mount Pleasant, SC, on October 5, from 6 to 8 p.m. About the Book:By age 25, Angie Mizzell was a morning news anchor at a top-rated television station. She hadmarried her college sweetheart, and scenes from their wedding day ran on the evening news.She’d achieved everything her mom had wanted for her and what she thought she wanted forherself. But after signing with an agent who promised to take her career to the next level, Angiebegan to realize that a future in the spotlight would not dim a past filled with childhood traumaand loss. As a television journalist, she’d made a living by exploring and reporting other people’sstories; it was time to examine her own.Girl in the Spotlight is a heartfelt and hopeful story of Angie arriving at a crossroads, getting lost in the darkness, learning to let go, and stepping into a life of courageous freedom.About the Launch Party: Bites, beverages and book signings! Former Charleston news anchor and reporter Angie Mizzell is inviting the Charleston community to come celebrate the release of her memoir “Girl in the Spotlight”, Thursday, October 5 from 6:00 – 8:00 pm at 665 Johnnie Dodds Blvd, Mount Pleasant, SC. Copies of the book will be available for sale. The event is free to attend. Limited tickets available.Advance Praise:“For anyone who dreams big and has the talent it takes to go great places but must dig deep and break the cycles of the past in order to achieve true happiness.” —Meredith Land, news anchor and reporter, NBC TV, Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas“‘Girl in the Spotlight’ is nothing less than a how-to on saving your life.” —Nikki Hardin, founderand former publisher, “Skirt!” magazine“‘Girl in the Spotlight’ is about one woman learning to let go of expectations and process childhood loss so she can finally begin building a life that is both authentic and fulfilling.” —Kate Hopper, author of “Ready for Air” and “Use Your Words”“Angie Mizzell’s vulnerable and direct writing style captures the growing tension between thedesires of the heart and soul versus the demands of our best-laid plans.” —Ann Imig, founderof the “Listen to Your Mother” nationwide storytelling series“One of those books you read and immediately hand off to a friend because you know they needto read it too.” —Kelly Love Johnson, author of “Skirt! Rules for the Workplace”About the Author:Angie Mizzell is a writer, a mom, and a former TV journalist. She’s the author of “Hello Friday,” a weekly newsletter on Substack where she explores ways to feel at home where we live, in our relationships, in our work and within. She also helps high-achieving women release a lifetime of ‘shoulds’ and step into lives of expansive joy. She lives in Charleston, South Carolina, with her husband and their three children.